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GigaOm Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome

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After receiving numerous questions on our weekly call-in podcast about GoogleChromebooks and the Chrome OS, it became clear that listeners were interested in all things Chrome. So in the words of Silicon Valley: we’re pivoting! Welcome to the inaugural GigaOm Chrome podcast, where we’ll discuss all things Chrome on a...
GigaOm Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome

Commutist podcast: War tweets, Google TV 3 and Nexus 4

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On this week’s episode of our weekly podcast, we bring in Mathew Ingram to examine the fascinating and bizarre concept of Israel live tweeting its military actions. And then on a less serious note, we get all Google-y with Janko Roettgers about what the new Google TV 3.0 means for...
Commutist podcast: War tweets, Google TV 3 and Nexus 4

The Commutist episode 2: Apple's event and why an LTE iPhone is a big deal

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The Commutist is a weekly GigaOM podcast giving you all the tech news and analysis you need to know on your way into work. With Apple’s big iPhone 5 event this week, what other tech news is there to cover? We give you the big takeaways and explain why Apple’s...
The Commutist episode 2: Apple's event and why an LTE iPhone is a big deal

Podcast: Blackberry's in a jam, no Facebook phone and Netflix's excellent adventure

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It’s a special edition of the GigaOM Podcast this week as we welcome our very first non-GigaOM guest! After we talk with Kevin Tofel about RIM Blackberry’s Hail Mary event and Eliza Kern about Facebook’s move into mobile, we talk with Prof. Bob Sutton, author of the books Good Boss,...
Podcast: Blackberry's in a jam, no Facebook phone and Netflix's excellent adventure

Call in podcast: Galaxy S 4 predictions and Chromebook Pixel cloud storage

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We start off the show with some commentary on Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S 4 smartphone and then answer questions about handset battery life, free cloud storage included with Google’s Chromebook Pixel and display resolutions. We also...
Call in podcast: Galaxy S 4 predictions and Chromebook Pixel cloud storage

Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

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NOTE: This week’s episode of the GigaOM Weekly News Wrap-Up was recorded on the morning of Thursday, April 18, prior to the heavy police activity that followed later that night. On this week’s show, we look at the media landscape in the aftermath of the Boston terror attack. How does...
Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

Podcast: Avis Learns to Share, Intel's TV dreams and Sullivan goes solo

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The first week of 2013 brought with it a wide array of news from around the tech world. Helping us sort it all out this week is Katie Fehrenbacher, who explains why Avis bought Zipcar, then Janko Roettgers gets inside Intel’s big TV plans, and finally, Mathew Ingram talks about...
Podcast: Avis Learns to Share, Intel's TV dreams and Sullivan goes solo

Podcast: iWatch, Dr. Big Data, and surprising social media etiquette for House of Cards

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Clocks are pretty boring — unless Apple is rumored to be making one. Tom Krazit ticks off the details on the iWatch. Then Derrick Harris explains how big data will play a role in your future doctor’s visit. And finally, fresh from the D: Dive into Media conference, Janko Roettgers...
Podcast: iWatch, Dr. Big Data, and surprising social media etiquette for House of Cards

The GigaOM Show: LinkedIn leans into news, Apple's dumb phone, YouTube Subscriptions

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It was a busy week in the tech world. In between rumors of billion dollar acquisitions, we plucked three interesting stories for you to sink your brain into this weekend. Mathew Ingram joins the show for a look at how LinkedIn is evolving into a media entity. Erica Ogg and...
The GigaOM Show: LinkedIn leans into news, Apple's dumb phone, YouTube Subscriptions

Podcast: Kabam founder on scaling globally and designing for different platforms

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Online game company Kabam may have scaled globally too quickly, admits the company’s founder, Kevin Chou, in this podcast interview. But startups looking to take on the world could learn a lot from this chat with Chou who explains what companies need know (hint: don’t just lump everyone outside the...
Podcast: Kabam founder on scaling globally and designing for different platforms

GigaOM Chrome Show 6: Chrome battle plans shown off at Google I/O

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Google I/O has come and gone without any new Chrome OS hardware. Was it a bust for Chromies? Not at all, but most of the news were behind the scenes services and provided context for Chrome’s cross-platform future vision. You can see some of that future in Chromium for the...
GigaOM Chrome Show 6: Chrome battle plans shown off at Google I/O

Call in podcast: Chromebook screenshot tips and the Facebook phone

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Ready for another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions? We kick things off with expectations of Facebooks’s new phone and software and then get right into your questions. Several Chromebook topics come up as well as a tough choice between two new flagship phones....
Call in podcast: Chromebook screenshot tips and the Facebook phone

Podcast: Bitcoins bite the dust? Uh-oh, Aereo and Austin's fiber

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Whether you think they are a Ponzi scheme or the future of money, Bitcoins were all over the news this week as the value of the digital currency crashed. Hard. We get to the bottom of what Bitcoins are and what this grand financial experiment is all about. Speaking of...
Podcast: Bitcoins bite the dust? Uh-oh, Aereo and Austin's fiber

Call-in show: Why the "I'm leaving iPhone" trend?

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We start off the show with some commentary on phone unlocking and then move on to listener questions about OTT services, Android switchers and Samsung’s influence on Android. To be a part of the show, just...
Call-in show: Why the "I'm leaving iPhone" trend?

Call-in Show: Chromebook Pixel pinch secrets

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We devote this one to Google’s new Chromebook Pixel, which is both impressive and perhaps limiting based on your questions. Or is it? To be a part of the show, just call in and leave a...
Call-in Show: Chromebook Pixel pinch secrets

Podcast: Facebook's Graph-ic search, Open Compute is kinda cool, Netflix v. TWC

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On this week’s episode of the GigaOM Podcast, we dig into Facebook’s foray into search, learn that the servers at the Open Compute Summit are going to be a disruptive big deal, and pick apart the fight between Netflix and Time Warner Cable to bring you SUPER 1080p movies. (download)...
Podcast: Facebook's Graph-ic search, Open Compute is kinda cool, Netflix v. TWC

Commutist podcast: Apple's iO-mess, dirty data centers and Tesla

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Do you know the way to San Jose? Apple Maps might not and has made an iO-Mess of the company’s new operating system launch, Tom Krazit stops by the Commutist podcast to point us in the right direction on the topic. And our cleantech editor, Katie Fehrenbacher, talks about the...
Commutist podcast: Apple's iO-mess, dirty data centers and Tesla

The GigaOM Show: Yahoo's big moves, Xbox's big One, HTC's big problem

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Phew! Is this week over yet? Yahoo dominated the headlines with a $1.1 billion Tumblr purchase, a Flickr relaunch and a new New York office. But Microsoft made a doozy of an announcement with the unveiling of its new (and gigantic) Xbox One TV/game console. Given all this news, the...
The GigaOM Show: Yahoo's big moves, Xbox's big One, HTC's big problem

Podcast: Gov't grabs for Google data, Facebook search facepalms, Apple earnings insanity

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This week’s episode of the GigaOM Podcast has Jeff John Roberts explaining Google’s transparency report, Mathew Ingram talking about potentially creepy Actual Facebook Graph Searches, and Tom Krazit breaks down Apple and Google earnings. (download) Subscribe to the RSS feed Subscribe on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Radio SHOW NOTES: Hosts:...
Podcast: Gov't grabs for Google data, Facebook search facepalms, Apple earnings insanity

Call in podcast: Samsung smartwatches and Galaxy S 4 features in Galaxy Note 2

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It’s another edition of the weekly call-in show where we answer your tech questions. We start off the show with some commentary on Samsung’s reported smartwatch and then answer questions about a merger between Chrome OS and Android, unsubsidized phones and software updates, Google Reader options and Galaxy S 4...
Call in podcast: Samsung smartwatches and Galaxy S 4 features in Galaxy Note 2

ICYMI Podcasts: Real Chrome apps, a history of IoT and Google I/O 2013

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Another week full of tech news means another week of GigaOM podcasts filled with analysis and commentary. Here’s a summary of what you might have missed, along with links to our audio episodes. On the GigaOM Chrome Show, Chris Albrecht and I chatted with special guest, Joe Marini. As a...
ICYMI Podcasts: Real Chrome apps, a history of IoT and Google I/O 2013

GigaOM Chrome Show: New hardware hints and a Skype on the web letdown

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This week’s Chrome podcast kicks off with news that Google is testing Chrome OS on Intel’s fourth-generation chips, which aren’t due out until June. That opens the possibility for more high-end Chromebooks that will have much better battery life. Chris shares his experiences with Chrome OS so far and we...
GigaOM Chrome Show: New hardware hints and a Skype on the web letdown

The GigaOM Show: Phone theft, patent trolls and the sexy, sexy enterprise

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This week’s show runs the gamut of human emotions: from depression over the rise in smartphone thefts to the hopefulness that maybe the tide is turning on patent trolls to the wonder and excitement of the billions being spent in the enterprise segment. And we even throw in some befuddlement...
The GigaOM Show: Phone theft, patent trolls and the sexy, sexy enterprise

Podcast: T-Mo's no plan, SummlYahoo and everyone's a paparazzi

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This week’s podcast is PACKED full of GigaOM-y goodness. Eliza Kern sits in as co-host and talks about Y Combinator’s Winter Demo Day. Then Kevin’s Tofel and Fitchard explain how T-Mobile wants to liberate us from phone service contracts. After that, Mathew Ingram stops by to talk about Yahoo’s purchase...
Podcast: T-Mo's no plan, SummlYahoo and everyone's a paparazzi

The GigaOM Show: Will Instagram vids insta-kill Vine? Netflix bits and the cloud!

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There were a lot of moving parts in assembling today’s GigaOM Show, but neither a cell phone connection, nor our massive cloud computing conference, nor crows ca-cawing from the trees above could keep us from today’s podcast! We talk about Instagram’s new video product (for more than 15 seconds), the...
The GigaOM Show: Will Instagram vids insta-kill Vine? Netflix bits and the cloud!

Podcast: Yahoo's WFH boo-boo, Internet things too!

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If you’re reading this from a home office and you work at Yahoo, stop and hurry into the office before you get busted! In this week’s podcast we break down Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to ban working from home. Then we shift gears to talk about what we learned...
Podcast: Yahoo's WFH boo-boo, Internet things too!

GigaOM Chrome Show 7: Playing Skee ball with a Chromebook and an iPhone: score!

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On this week’s podcast, we spend a bit more time talking about the Chromebook Pixel as Chris has traded up from an old Samsung to the newest Chromebook. And the experience starts out with a Chrome experiment that you can try on any computer and phone that have the Chrome...
GigaOM Chrome Show 7: Playing Skee ball with a Chromebook and an iPhone: score!

Commutist podcast: Windows 8 Surfaces, and disruption eruption

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It was a busy week in tech-land. We covered the iPad Mini launch earlier this week, and now we turn to Microsoft, which launched Windows 8 and its Surface tablet. Kevin Tofel stops by to give you all you need to know about the rumblings from Redmond. Then Mathew Ingram...
Commutist podcast: Windows 8 Surfaces, and disruption eruption

GigaOm Chrome Show: WebP v. JPG and Google Now in Chrome

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Our second weekly Chrome podcast kicks off with recent reports of extremely low Chrome OS world wide market share; there’s certainly evidence pointing to the contrary! We also answer a few Chrome OS questions, share our Chrome “extension of the week” and talk about WebP images: Why is Google messing with images...
GigaOm Chrome Show: WebP v. JPG and Google Now in Chrome

Podcast: We talk iTunes 11, when "things" connect, and sun Volt

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The Commutist podcast gives you all the technology news and analysis you need to know on your way into to work! On today’s show we talk about the brand spankin’ new iTunes 11 from Apple with Alex Layne, Stacey Higginbotham explains why the “Internet of Things” is both cool and...
Podcast: We talk iTunes 11, when "things" connect, and sun Volt
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